Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Ringtone Brings 707 HP to Your Smartphone

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There is still some time before the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat enters production, but even then, seeing one on the street will probably be a rare occasion. If you can’t wait to lay your eyes on the most powerful muscle car ever produced, then Dodge is letting you do the next best thing.
Anyone lusting to hear the Hellcat’s 707-hp, 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi being revved to its redline, Dodge has made it possible for anyone with an iPhone, Android or Blackberry smartphone to download the ringtone of car’s rumbling exhaust note. And as we’ve already heard on a few occasions now, this car emits an incredibly wonderful racket.

When you name an engine ‘Hellcat,’ it had better have the performance to back it up and a sound that wakes up the devil. The Hellcat’s signature sound is the unholy union of supercharger whine and 5.5 inches of unrestricted exhaust. Dodge/SRT fans can now make heads turn and people stop in their tracks, every time their phones ring,” said Tim Kuniskis, president and CEO of the Dodge and SRT Brands.

Unlike the Challenger SRT Hellcat, which comes with a $59,995 price tag, the ringtone is absolutely free, and if you head on over to the SRT website, you can listen to and/or download the ringtone. In addition to this unique way to let others know how much of a Mopar fan you are, Dodge also has some pretty hot wallpapers of the Hellcat and the Viper, which can also be downloaded for free at the website.

If a ringtone and awesome images of the new Challenger aren't enough, Dodge is still running the “Double-Up” lease program where it is providing a one-year lease on Chargers and Challengers. This short-term lease allows lessees to then upgrade to the 2015 Charger or 2015 Challenger, although we doubt there will be many lease specials on the Hellcat.
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